Thanks for joining us for this edition of our bitcoin news roundup, where we’ve got headlines on the bitcoin price’s record number of all-time highs, the SEC’s decision to reconsider the Winklevoss ETF, and lightning network developments from peer-to-peer content platform Yours. Read on to find out more!
Recently, a phishing trend that’s attempting to mimic our wallet authorization emails has been making the rounds. To help users distinguish between what’s legitimate and what’s not, this post will serve as a primer on wallet login attempts, how the process works, and how to outsmart phishers.
It goes without saying here that we’ve got plenty of content covering bitcoin’s ins, outs, and everything in between. And when it comes to traditional, centralized currencies most people are used to, bitcoin is definitely out of the ordinary. But is that a negative? What about other strange currencies used throughout history and even the present day? Once you’re done reading this, bitcoin may not seem like the only oddball after all.
Thanks for joining us for this edition of our bitcoin news roundup, where we’ve got updates on SegWit support, and the wire transfer deadlock experienced by multiple exchanges. We also cover headlines out of Russia and India that suggest both governments may be shifting their stance on digital currencies for the better. Read on to find out more!
Bitcoin is still a long way from reaching the masses, but industry leaders have demonstrated why a surge in adoption is likely in the cards for bitcoin’s future. And with Earth Day around the corner, we wanted to shine a light on bitcoin’s benefits as an efficient donation vehicle for nonprofits. We’ve also included a selection of eco-conscious nonprofits that accept bitcoin donations!
Since bitcoin first emerged in 2008, it’s grown from a niche hobby explored mainly by computer scientists, cryptographers, and libertarians, into an entire genre of study at formal institutions and online education portals. Whether you’re starting from scratch or you’re a seasoned pro, everyone has a preferred way to discover bitcoin. To help you find your best fit, we scoured the web and hand-picked a diverse collection of online resources.
Thanks for joining us for this edition of our bitcoin news roundup, where we’ll be sharing the latest on Bitfinex’s recovery post-hack, and bitcoin’s status as a legal form of payment in Japan. Continue reading for all the details!
Since 2017 kicked off, we’ve released a number of key updates to our block explorer, bitcoin wallet, and developer platform. To keep you looped in, this post has the scoop on what we’ve been up to in the first quarter of the year.
Here’s a quick rundown of noteworthy updates for Q1 2017
- We launched a new logo and look and feel on .info
- We’ve added beginner-friendly resources to our site
- We deployed an improved charts layout, including popular charts
- We’ve added helpful wallet notifications
- One form for API key requests
As an industry leader for bitcoin and block chain technology, we are passionate about meaningful conversations that inspire action. Hackathons are at the forefront of these conversations! Programmer hub Hacker Earth recently teamed up with our developer, Kevin Houk, to host a webinar with an across-the-board introductory look at bitcoin and explore other noteworthy applications of block chain technology. For added hackathon inspiration, Kevin also took a dive into some cool uses for our API. If you couldn’t make it to the webinar, check it out below.
So far, 2017 has proven to be a bullish year for bitcoin indeed. And as it shoots for the moon, it’s unfortunately common to see an uptrend in malware and phishing attempts that leave you with an empty wallet. In this post, we share best practices that will help fortify your online security arsenal. Read on to find out how you can increase your safe browsing IQ.